In Honor of Michael Jackson’s 5th Death Anniversary: The Greatest Collaborations Of His Career

by (@TaylorFerber)

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Nobody will ever replace the one and only King of Pop, and today, on the 5th anniversary of his death, we celebrate the times when he, and others who were lucky enough to work with him, spread joy and love through music.

Michael Jackson had more epic moments throughout his career than one could count, as the video above highlights the legend’s greatest milestones. Although he was taken too soon, there were a lucky few who were able to dance, sing and act with him, creating groundbreaking moments in entertainment that we’ll never forget. What do you get when two or more music legends come together? History.

From Stevie Wonder to Diana Ross and Paul McCartney to his sister, Janet, these collaborations were some of MJ’s greatest moments. We’ll never forget the “The Way You Make Me Feel” performance with Britney Spears and “You Rock My World” with Usher and Chris Tucker. Although he’s passed, he’s not done yet. In 2010 he brought us “Hold My Hand” with Akon and this year “Love Never Felt So Good” with Justin Timberlake, and we have a feeling there’s even more to come.

No holograms here, this is all Michael.

 

Michael Jackson ft. Janet Jackson – “Scream” (1995)

Could this dynamic duo be anymore badass?

Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake – “Love Never Felt So Good” (2014)

Five years after his death, and we still can’t help but move to MJ’s feel-good tunes. Justin and the rest of the crew taking on his iconic dance moves in this video is everything.

Michael Performs “You Rock My World” Joined by Usher and Chris Tucker (2001)

Chris Tucker trying the classic MJ kick is hilarious, but bless his heart for trying. Michael brings the voice, Usher brings the dance, Chris brings the funny. We could watch these three all day.